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Postmodern Mystery Novel by Konrad Ventana is Released

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Postmodern Mystery Novel by Konrad Ventana is Released

LOS ANGELES, April 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ "Rise, Rise, Dark Horses of American Noir" by Konrad Ventana is a unique and stylized novel that combines classic hard-boiled detective noir with modern-day forensic investigation to expose one of the most unspeakable tragedies of the past century. In this stunning work of literary fiction, Konrad Ventana plumbs the depths of human depravity and complicity with a lyrical intensity that increases with dramatic action and mounting suspense to a fever pitch, vividly revealing the shock and horror of institutionalized crime.

Steeped in the hardboiled old-school police procedurals of bygone times, protagonist Detective Dash Brogan of the LAPD recruits Cornell Westerly, Ph.D., an expert in DNA analysis, to be his apprentice crime scene investigator. Ventana writes from Cornell's point of view as a young, fresh-out-of-college protege, who braves the notorious mean streets of the City of Angels in search of redemption, love, and forensic truth. In blending the innocence of youth with the verve, grit, and pluck of the classic crime novel, author Konrad Ventana evokes the dark horses of Raymond Chandler, Dashiell Hammett, Cornel Woolrich, and Mickey Spillane to reveal the nature and extent of an unrecorded crime against humanity.

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Now Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and www.konradventana.com-Hardcover, ISBN 9781491708095; Softcover, ISBN 9781491708088; and E-Book versions, ISBN 9781491708101.

About the Author: Konrad Ventana (literally, Bold Counsel through a Window) is an intrepid patient advocate, gaining forensic veracity as a research scientist, laboratory director, university professor, biotech executive, and gene medicine developer. The "bold and perspicuous windows" of Ventana's award-winning novels throw back the outdated curtains of conformity to look critically at the institutions and ideologies of our postmodern times, as he examines the potential for future development. He currently lives in Los Angeles, California. Contact: www.konradventana.com

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Postmodern Mystery Novel by Konrad Ventana is Released


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